Vegan Camp-Out Reveals 2019 Lineup With Earthling Ed, James Aspey, And More

The multi-day festival fuses camping, talks, workshops, live music, yoga, food and more
Vegan activists Earthling Ed and James Aspey
Vegan activists Earthling Ed and James Aspey will appear at Vegan Camp-Out 2019

Vegan Camp-Out has revealed its line-up for 2019 - with popular activists Earthling Ed and James Aspey set to appear.

The event - from August 30 - September 1 - will return to Newark Showground in Nottinghamshire. Attendees can expect camping, as well as yoga, live music, food, and talks from the leading figures in the vegan and plant-based worlds.

Other names on the bill include Akala, Erin Janus, Matt Pritchard (Dirty Sanchez), Dr. Michael Klaper, Avant-Garde Vegan, Alex Hershaft (Holocaust Survivor), Sonia Sae, Juliet Gellatley (Viva!), Mr Traumatik, and EpiVegan - with more to be confirmed.

More than 5,000 people from more than 30 countries came to Vegan Camp-Out 2018

Vegan Camp-Out

"Now in our fourth year, we are happy to welcome James Aspey and Earthling Ed back from 2017," Event Organiser Jordan Martin told Plant Based News.

"We are proud of our 2019 line-up and feel it offers something for everyone.

"We are confident it's going to be the biggest and best Vegan Camp-Out yet!"

Information

Date - August 30 - September 1
Location - Newark Showground, Nottinghamshire
Price - £45, £25 for children
You can buy tickets here

Sign up for our newsletter to get the best of Plant Based News delivered to your inbox weekly.
------

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are prepared in the author's capacity and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Plant Based News itself. 

Reuse this content
PBN Contributor:

Some of our articles are published as a team, which means the article has been produced by a collection of people rather than one author. If you have any questions regarding what is written above please contact us.

(c) 2018 Plant Based News LTD. All Rights Reserved. Content must not be copied without permission.

Join the conversation

Since you're here...
Plant Based News is a FREE service that receives millions of views each week on YoutubeFacebookInstagramTwitterour weekly newsletter and this website. This takes a lot of our personal time, money and hard work. But we do it because we KNOW it makes a difference. If those following our reporting helped by contributing, we could do even more. Please consider supporting us so we can create further awareness about animal rights, environmentalism, ethical consumerism and the plant-based lifestyle. Not a false narrative - but information that empowers people to make better choices.

Support Plant Based News

It's World Vegan Day